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Newsbrief: Swiss journalists set free after being detained

Newsbrief: Swiss journalists set free after being detained

Swiss journalists were detained for two days for taking photos

Men’s Basketball hosts youth clinic

Men’s Basketball hosts youth clinic

Children ages 6-12 enjoy a practice with the Franklin Pierce Men’s Basketball team

Newsbrief: Saudi women to be allowed in sports stadiums for first time

Newsbrief: Saudi women to be allowed in sports stadiums for first time

Saudi Arabian women gain independence through new reforms for the ultra-conservative laws.

Franklin Pierce students collect can tabs to help children in need

Franklin Pierce students collect can tabs to help children in need

Students at Franklin Pierce help donate to Shriners Hospital for children

Operation Can Tab

by Nick Gonsalves  Franklin Pierce students collect can tabs to help children in need. Students here have been collecting can tabs and donating them to Shriners Hospital in Springfield, Mass since last winter. It all started when Sophomore Jess Strassburg collected can tabs to see how many she could accumulate. Soon it caught on with […]

Newsbrief: U.S. allies battle over Kirkuk

Newsbrief: U.S. allies battle over Kirkuk

Iraqi and Kurdish troops fight over the city of Kirkuk

U.S. allies fight against each other for Kirkuk

U.S. allies fight against each other for Kirkuk

by Nick Gonsalves Iraqi forces took back control of the oil-rich city of Kirkuk, years after being driven out by Islamic State terrorists, according to the Washington Post www.washingtonpost.com. According to Loveday Morris and Karen DeYoung, Iraqi forces re-captured the city that housed military bases, an oil field and other infrastructure which had been in […]

Men’s Lacrosse duels in 9th annual Crimson and Gray game

Men’s Lacrosse duels in 9th annual Crimson and Gray game

Men’s Lacrosse brings excitement for their first scrimmage of the year

Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.